updated 08:38 am EDT, Tue August 19, 2014
New projectors deliver 3000 lumens, designed for ambient light
Projector manufacturer Epson today introduced two new EX Pro series projectors, delivering high brightness and advanced connectivity options, including built-in wireless projection and Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) support. The new EX7235 Pro and EX7230 Pro are designed for meeting rooms with ambient light, and deliver WXGA resolution for widescreen HD presentations, 3,000 lumens of color light output, and 3,000 lumens of white light output.
Both of the EX Pro projectors feature low-power 3LCD technology, Epson's free iProjection app, and support the latest in wired connectivity. Both the EX7235 Pro and EX7230 Pro include an HDMI port, which supports MHL, to display content from MHL-enabled smartphones and tablets.
The EX7235 Pro also includes a Wi-Fi module, and a new quick-connect on-screen QR code feature for easy wireless setup. The Epson EX7235 Pro and EX7230 Pro will be available in September through major retailers and directly on Epson.com. The EX7235 Pro retails for $649, and the EX7230 Pro sells for $599.